Some 5 hours away (with the conventional ferry lines) from the bustling port of Piraeus, Sifnos is a Cycladic island of dazzling beauty, inviting those seeking a memory-making destination. With high mountains diving into the Aegean blue sea, just approaching the island is an experience of its own. Perhaps one of the most ideal destinations for families and demanding travellers, Sifnos is the next island you definitely have to explore!
For those still seeking for the ideal family-friendly island destination in Greece, the island of Corfu offers you the chance to enjoy your holidays in one of the most beautiful islands of Greece.
Wondering which movie to watch this weekend? Here is a list of award-winning movies filmed in Greece to feed your wanderlust!
Continuing our tour in the Cyclades, this time we are gonna reach the small islands of Herakleia, Keros and Koufonissia. Leave any obligations behind and surrender yourselves to the dream-like small islands of the Cyclades that will surely awake your wanderlust!
Along with the island of Santorini, Mykonos is the most known Greek island in the world, recognizable by anyone living almost in every corner of the earth. This iconic, famous Greek island is way ahead of the game of tourism, flooded with tourists every year for more than half a century. Join us on this trip to Mykonos, and find out why this small island is so dearly loved.
For those looking for an unknown Greek island summer destination, we recommend the following five options, for you to experience Greece like a local.
It is already August and we are still searching for the ideal island escape to enjoy the sun and the sea. In case you are looking for something really off-the-beaten-path, check out the island of Sikinos, a “time-machine” floating in the Aegean Sea.
"...Big black sea, with so many pebbles all around on the neck, so many colored precious stones in your hair." This is how Nikos Gatsos, the great Greek poet describes Amorgos, this brutally beautiful island of the Aegean Sea, the easternmost border of Cyclades.